Create nutritious meals with this iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad compatible app. 71 recipes are searchable across calories, carbohydrate, fat, protein, special diets, and nutrient timing to find the perfect dish. Purchase Nancy Clark’s Recipes for Athletes from Apple’s App Store by clicking on the iTunes button to the right from your mobile device.
With over 500,000 copies sold, Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook is clearly the top-selling sports nutrition book on the market. Nancy Clark is one of the nation’s leading sports nutritionists and is respected for her ability to translate nutrition confusion into winning food tips.
In Nancy Clark’s Recipes for Athletes, Clark offers 71 recipes designed specifically to help you perform better in your next event. Each of the recipes is searchable by calories, carbohydrate, protein, and fat. Recipes can be further sorted for nutrient timing recommendations, including recipes for pre- and postexercise, and special diets such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Full-color photos of each prepared dish accompany the recipes as well as a quick reference listing of the most popular protein and energy bars, sports and energy drinks, and protein powders. In addition, Nancy Clark's Recipes for Athletes includes an internationalization setting, which allows you to select imperial or metric measurements. Just select the settings icon, select the Nancy Clark app, then select units, and there you can pick which measurement type you would like to view.
Clark provides additional nutrition information for each recipe so you know the exact health value for each prepared meal. If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to find recipes to fuel you in competition, Nancy Clark’s Recipes for Athletes will help you create meals that make you feel and perform better.
UPCOMING SPORTS NUTRITION WORKSHOPS: Nov 2012 – Feb 2013
This 1.5-day program is designed to help both health professionals as well as serious athletes. You’ll find answers to your questions about how to--
--improve athletic performance with a winning sports diet.
--manage weight issues and resolve disordered eating practices.
—invest in lifelong health for longevity
--further your athletic and/or professional career.
Here’s your chance to update your sports nutrition knowledge while enjoying an information-packed workshop with two internationally known professionals:
• Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark MS, RD, CSSD is respected for her skills with helping athletes and exercisers enhance their performance and achieve their desired physiques.
• Exercise physiologist William Evans PhD is well known for his research on protein, exercise, and aging—plus his ability to translate that information into “how to” tips.
Save the dates:
MINNEAPOLIS: Nov 2-3, 2012 at Woodwinds Health Campus in Woodbury
ST. LOUIS: Nov 16-17 at St. Louis University
CHICAGO: Nov 30-Dec 1 at Rush University
COLUMBUS: Jan 25-26, 2013 at Ohio Health Riverside Campus
INDIANAPOLIS: Feb. 8-9 at National Institute for Fitness and Sport
NOTE: If none of those dates ot locations work, you can attend the workshop online, anytime. You’ll listen to the speakers’ voices and see their PowerPoint presentations.
See www.sportsnutritionworkshop.com for more details and to register.
Breads and Breakfast
Pasta, Rice, and Potatoes
Vegetables and Salads
Chicken and Turkey
Fish and Seafood
Beef and Pork
Beans and Tofu
Beverages and Smoothies
Snacks and Desserts
II. Quick Find
Endurance Food Recovery Drinks
IV. About HK
Nancy Clark, MS, RD, is board certified as a specialist in sports dietetics. She is internationally known and counsels both competitive athletes and casual exercisers at her successful private practice in Healthworks, the premier fitness center in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Previously, Clark was the director of nutrition services at Sports Medicine Associates in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Clark specializes in nutrition for exercise, wellness, and the management of eating disorders. Her counseling includes teaching gymnasts how to lose weight healthfully, triathletes to eat for endurance, mountaineers to choose appropriate high-altitude foods, high school football players to bulk up, and recreational exercisers to eat healthfully on the run. Her more renowned clients have included the athletes at Boston College; members of the Boston Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins; and many elite and Olympic athletes from a variety of sports: Kitty Carruthers (gold-medal figure skater), Tim Mayotte (Wimbledon tennis player), Brad Faxon (PGA golfer), Kathy Ellis (1991 winner of Bike Race Across America), and Dana Rosenblatt (champion boxer). She has been the nutritionist for Bill Rodgers' & Joan Benoit Samuelson's running camps. She currently is the sports nutrition consultant to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s National Team in Training Marathon Training program and is also a member of the Mizuno Advisory Board. Her photo and sports nutrition advice have even graced the back of the Wheaties box.
Clark writes a monthly nutrition column called The Athlete's Kitchen, which appears regularly in over 100 sports and health publications, including New England Runner, Adventure Cycling, and Rugby. She is frequently quoted in the popular press (Shape, Runner’s World, Men's Fitness, and Woman's Day). Clark has been the nutritionist for the Sports Illustrated for Kids' website www.sportsparents.com, senior nutrition editor at www.FitForAll.com, and columnist for the Boston Globe's sports pages and The Physician and Sportsmedicine.
“Nancy showed me how eating the right foods, at the right time, would both enhance performance and create a leaner physique.”
Jennifer Shultis -- United States Adventure Racing National Champion, Captain of Team Eastern Mountain Sports
“Nancy Clark understands what it takes to be properly fueled for peak performance in any activity.”
Tommy L. Owens -- National Training Coordinator for Team in Training